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Click to expand…I have a 1899 square foot house but on one story. Stove is located centrally on the other side of our kitchen. I can keep the heat in the center of the house at about 75 on low and without the fan on and still keep the bedrooms at around 71 with the doors open. I find that once I reload after it’s been running that the stove room will get up to 80 and bedrooms around 73-75. A little too warm but better than using the baseboards. The other half of the house stays cooler most likely because of the open fireplace in the adjacent room but that will soon be a bk ashford 25 and the rec room which was a garage probably doesn’t have much insulation in it. Granted this power outage houston reliant is with outside temps around 45. The few nights it has dipped to 32 the house is pretty consistent at 71 or so. Also our ceiling height is only 8 ft so if yours is taller it should be more electricity in the body symptoms bearable.

I also don’t use the fans much because of the location of the stove It just doesn’t convect really well so in my house it only comes on when the house is cold and use it to quickly heat up the living room. I have a chair about 6’ in front of it that I sit in even when the room reaches 80 I find it still bearable and I hate the heat I’m a winter guy.

I have a 1899 square foot house but on one story. Stove is located centrally on the other side of our kitchen. I can keep the heat in the center of the house at about 75 on low and without the fan on and still keep the bedrooms at around 71 with the doors open. I find that once I reload after it’s been running that the stove room will get up to 80 and bedrooms around 73-75. A little too warm but better than using the baseboards. The other half of the house stays cooler most likely because of the open fireplace in the adjacent room but that will soon be a bk ashford 25 and the rec room which was a garage probably doesn’t have much insulation in it. Granted this is with outside temps around 45. The few nights it has dipped to 32 the house is pretty consistent at 71 or so. Also our ceiling height is only 8 ft so if yours is taller gasket t 1995 it should be more bearable.

I also don’t use the fans much because of the location of the stove It just doesn’t convect really well so in my house it only comes on when the house is cold and use it to quickly heat up the living room. I have a chair about 6’ in front of it that I sit in even when the room reaches 80 I find it still bearable and I hate the heat I’m a winter guy.

I have a 1899 square foot house but on one story. Stove is located centrally on the other side of our kitchen. I can keep the heat in the center of the house at about 75 on low and without the fan on and still keep the bedrooms at around 71 with the doors open. I find that once I reload gastritis after it’s been running that the stove room will get up to 80 and bedrooms around 73-75. A little too warm but better than using the baseboards. The other half of the house stays cooler most likely because of the open fireplace in the adjacent room but that will soon be a bk ashford 25 and the rec room which was a garage probably doesn’t have much insulation in it. Granted this is with outside temps around 45. The few nights it has dipped to 32 the house is pretty consistent at 71 or so. Also our ceiling height is only 8 ft so if yours is taller it should be more bearable.

I also don’t use the fans much because of the location of the stove It just doesn’t convect really well so in my house it only comes on when the house is cold and use it to quickly heat gas definition state of matter up the living room. I have a chair about 6’ in front of it that I sit in even when the room reaches 80 I find it still bearable and I hate the heat I’m a winter guy.

Make sure to put a stove thermometer on the top heat plate, which you should with all stoves anyway. Once you get the fire up to about 500 F, start utilizing the catalyst. I use the thermocouple (which comes with the stove) to get the initial temp at startup then use the stove top thermometer the rest of the night. You will almost always see the temps jump 200F and know e85 gas stations in ohio that the catalyst is working, which means you are getting more heat can start cutting back the air supply making the wood last longer. The catalyst has reduced the amount of wood we use by a lot, maybe 10-20%, maybe more.

We have a 2500 sf house, with 1250 sf per floor. The way the house is layed out, the main rooms with the stove will be 75-77 F, pretty cozy for quite a drafty house. We could get it really hot but this is what works to keep the upstairs at the temp we sleep at. The upstairs will be 68F. Outside temps around 28 F our house is pretty drafty.

We installed the outside air intake. This is a must if you really want to maximize energy/warmth. Pay the extra money to have it done. If you have already had the stove installed without it, you can still do it. if you don’t you will always be pulling air from your house to feed the fire, fresh air will be drafted into the house, and you will have colder spots drafts.

You do have to occasionally clean the catalyst b/c it will plug up with fly ash, so just carefully pull it out, clean, replace once in a while. We first noticed when we were not getting a increased burn temp when closing the bypass damper just realized the catalyst was getting plugged. The insulation around the electricity el paso apartments catalyst will fall apart, but it doesn’t matter. Be careful when removing the catalyst don’t let the pieces fall out when you are taking it out to clean.